In a really sh*tty move, Ivanka Trump and her husband Jared Kushner reportedly barred the secret service guards assigned to protect them from all of their SEVEN toilets, allegedly forcing them to rent an entire apartment at the taxpayer’s expense. According to the Washington Post, agents spent ‘months’ finding a convenient place for bodyguards to go about their secret business. Neighbors in the upscale DC area of Kalorama vetoed the installation of a portable toilet while it wasn’t practical to go to other Secret Service outposts like the homes of former President Barack Obama and Vice President Mike Pence – especially after a member of the Trump/Kushner detail ‘left an unpleasant mess in the Obama bathroom.’ In the end, the agents rented a nearby basement studio apartment for $3,000 leaving a bill of $100,000 as of this month, all from the public purse. A bit more than just ‘spending a penny’.

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